The Fastest & Lightest
Vittoria Ultra Light Speed inner tubes are made for pure speed. Designed to offer the lowest rolling resistance possible, Ultra Light Speed are the fastest and lightest tubes ever developed by Vittoria.
Made of thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU), which offers lower rolling resistance and lighter weight compared to standard butyl inner tubes, these tubes are 70% lighter and 14% faster. By using Ultra Light Speed tubes in both tires, you can save up to 160 g. That's why Ultra Light Speed are the perfect choice for road cyclists that want the highest speed without giving up the practicality and ease of use of a tube tire setup.
Made in Germany, the TPU material of Ultra Light Speed tubes is 100% recyclable – the valve must be cut off from the tube before disposal.
- Compatible with disc brake wheels only
- Ultra fast: designed to offer the lowest rolling resistance possible
- Package contains cleaning cloth and patch
- Ultra light: 30 g only
- Fits Tires 700 x 25-30mm
- Stem length: 60mm
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The product weight specified is an approximate weight based on the manufacturer's specifications (if available) or our measurement of one or two examples. For most products, the weight will typically vary by 5% to 10%.
Weight: 30 grams
Tube Type: Thermoplastic
Tube Valve Type: Threaded Presta (Rem. Core)
Mfg PartNum: 1TA00100
Wheel Size: 700C/29" (ISO 622)
Tube Valve Length: 60 mm
700 x 25/30mm - 60mm Presta Valve
Tube Valve Length: 60 mm
Tube Width: 25-30mm
At only 30 grams and with a removable valve core, a trusted name like Vittoria should have been a winner, right? Not so fast. As others have stated, there is a manufacturing problem where the valve core is attached to the tube. An elliptical shaped piece of plastic forms a base and is glued or fused to the tube. But on two different tubes, that base has separated from the tube and is seemingly unrepairable. Bike Tires Direct did send me a new tube to replace one that failed immediately. The other one got some use before it failed, but I can't say how much. I have a few others that have held up fine so far. The rolling resistance according to BRR is just shy of latex. The weight is phenomenal, they are tiny to pack, and they hold air just about as well as butyl. If the valve issue could be fixed, they would be worth their rather expensive price.
Really happy with these TPU tubes. Lighter and comparable road feel to butyl. Love that I can patch them unlike latex. The included patch was easy to use and got me home safe!
After about 200 miles on these, one of the tubes developed an unrepairable leak at the valve stem insert. Love the compact size of the tubes but with this limited sample size, it just doesnï¿½t seem the reliability is there yet. Wanted to love these but disappointed.
The Vittoria Ultra-Light Speed Road Tube is lightweight, tough and durable. The 60 mm stem length works well with aero profile wheelsets. An important feature for me is that it can accommodate the Quarq tyrewiz pressure sensor without leaks! I have 300 miles and counting without leaks so far. From my experience, this tube outperforms latex.
The small size and light weight are ideal and the reason for my purchase. Perfect for my emergency tube for my tubeless tires.
Sidewall puncture today that did not seal. Put a Gorilla tape boot over the puncture and installed the tube. Pumped up the tire with a Lezyne pump and continued the ride. Got home to replace the tire and could not deflate it all the way. Removed the core from the tube, still not deflated. Had to puncture the tire????.
I removed the tube and checked it for leaks. Air streaming out at the seam/weld. It had inflated the tubeless tire as the air leaked out of the tube. Forturnately my tape boot was air tight. Very expensive for a tube that doesn't hold air on the first use.
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